Wooden framework by Torsten Neeland

September 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto presented his Spring/Summer 2014 collection on chunky wooden garment rails by product designer Torsten Neeland during the London Design Festival. Torsten Neeland’s installation, entitled Urban Nomads, comprised a pair of wooden clothes rails and a range of hangers with cork inserts. They were used to display Yohji Yamamoto’s new clothing collection at the fashion designer’s store on London’s Conduit Street.

Design by Torsten Neeland


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